The key to building the right muscle mass can be considered a triad: systematic strength training, a suitable diet, and optimal hormone therapy. While the first two points are quite clear, the third can be achieved by taking preparations of one of two groups: steroids or peptides.
Peptides are recombinant amino acid compounds that have been genetically engineered. Athletes use two types of peptides: functional and structural.
The role of functional peptides in the body is to get rid of excess weight and enhance muscle growth. They increase metabolism, reduce appetite and help the body produce its own somatotropin.
Structural peptides induce increased synthesis of muscle tissue during amino acid breakdown. Peptide preparations have a favourable effect on the entire body, improve immunity, and revitalise ligament and muscle tissue.
The most effective preparations are generally considered to be injectable solutions, which are administered according to a regimen with an insulin syringe.